From a rigid plank position, with hands on the ground, arms perpendicular to the floor and fully extended, lower yourself until your chest touches the ground. Return to the starting position by pressing into the floor. Keep yourself as rigid as possible throughout. Limit any change in body angle as much as possible. Common mistakes include pivoting at the hips while on the way down.
Totals (28 posts)
- 10 reps 3 times from 3 RFT: Double Unders, Push-ups and Deadlifts on May 16, 2013
- 45 reps from 21-15-9: Split Jerk (Alternating Legs)s, Push-ups and Ring Rows on May 14, 2013
- 7 reps 12 times from 5x AMRAP 3 mins: Double Unders, Sumo Deadlifts, Push-ups and Air Squats on May 07, 2013
- 56 reps from AMReps 2 mins: Push-ups on Apr 29, 2013
- 10 reps 21 times from Cindy on Apr 24, 2013
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